Product Description2012 album from the Country superstars. Rascal Flatts worked with their long-time producer Dann Huff on the album but they also decided to produce a few of the tracks on their own. Changed comes after Nothing Like This, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Country albums sales chart. Rascal Flatts is one of only four Country acts to debut seven consecutive studio albums at #1. Nothing Like This went on to become a platinum-selling album, featuring two #1 hits. Since their musical debut in 2000, the band has sold over 21 million albums, 25 million digital downloads and delivered 13 #1 singles to the top of the charts. Rascal Flatts is the most awarded Country group of the past decade, earning over 40 trophies from the ACAs, ACMs, AMAs, CMAs, People's Choice Awards and more.
Title Tracks for Changed
- 1. Changed
- 2. Banjo
- 3. Hot In Here
- 4. Come Wake Me Up
- 5. She's Leavin
- 6. Let It Hurt
- 7. Lovin Me
- 8. Hurry Baby
- 9. Sunrise
- 10. Great Big Love
- 11. Little Home
Average Customer Review
(156 customer reviews)
49 of 50 people found the following review helpful
Rascal Flatts' change for the better, April 4, 2012
Joker - See all my reviews
This review is from: Changed (Deluxe) (Audio CD)I've been a fan of Rascal Flatts for years, so I always make an effort to get their albums as soon as they're released. Rascal Flatts is my favorite band; I love all of their music, but I admit that some songs are better than others, as are some albums. If I were rating this based on my own liking, I'd give all their albums 5 stars, every time. However, I'm going to give an objective overview of their new album in hopes that it will help some people decide whether they want to give this album a listen.
1. "Changed" - The album starts out with a strong ballad, a la Rascal Flatts style. After a few seconds, fans of the boys' other albums will immediately recognize the emotional, heart-felt style of this ballad. Furthermore, the lyrics start out with a religious overtone, something that is usually only hinted at. I'm not religious, myself, but those who are will connect even more with this song. Even so, the song is about changing for the better, which is something that anyone...Read more
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great Album, April 3, 2012
Emgee (USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Changed (Deluxe) (Audio CD)I will admit that when "Banjo" was first released, it was far from my favorite song. It has since grown on me. However, knowing Rascal Flatts, I knew that their albums are always worth picking up.
"Changed" is no exception. Filled with great beats, great melodies and great lyrics, the album is a winner from start to finish. There's also no reason not to spring for the Deluxe Edition which features four additional tracks.
"Come Wake Me Up"
"Let It Hurt"
"A Little Home"
"Fall Here" (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
"Changed" is an excellent new album from Rascal Flatts., April 3, 2012
Robert G Yokoyama (Mililani, Hawaii) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Changed (Audio CD)"Changed" is an excellent new album from Rascal Flatts. My favorite track is "Banjo". This song is a tribute to an instrument that brings me such pleasure. I don't play the banjo, but I love listening to it. This song is so upbeat. I love the images of driving in a truck amd of crickets and frogs. This is a great country song. "Hot In Here" is another fun song about how a beautiful woman can be a delightful distraction for a man. "Great Big Love" is another upbeat tune that celebrates the love that two people share. This is not a sappy love song. This song rocks with electric guitar playing. Gary LeVox captures the sentiment of the loneliness on the song "A Little Home". He sings about a soldier feels being separated from loved ones. He also captures how a college student feels about living away from home. The mandolin playing on this track gives this song a lovely tone. The title track is a beautiful song about the guys in the band have been changed for the better. This...Read more